Janette Rawlinson shares her experiences of lung cancer patient advocacy

Read about Janette Rawlinson's experience of being diagnosed with lung cancer and her passionate involvement in lung cancer patient advocacy work ever since.

As she says in her own words:

"My motivation is to advocate for those no longer with us and those less able to articulate their perspectives, and on behalf of those treated in smaller or less well-connected hospitals (i.e. “not the usual suspects” compared to large specialist or tertiary centres). It’s important that scientists, researchers and clinicians consider not “what is the matter?” but “what matters?” to patients."

Read the article here (PDF).